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|Dr. Peter Silberman played by
This is the psychologist from the first two terminator films. In the first one he analyzed Kyle Reese,and in Terminator two he analyzed Sarah Connor. In Terminator three he has a brief role trying to tell Katherine Brewster the mind can play tricks on itself after she is "rescued" from a graveyard.
|TX Victim I Like Your Gun played
by Jay Acovone
This is the cop that pulls over the T-X for speeding. The T-X emulates a billboard she sees of a woman with a larger chest to try to handle the situation better. A quick comment about her like for the cop's gun is all that was said before this cop was no longer a problem. While not shown on screen the audience assumes the cop was killed before his gun was taken by the T-X.
|TX Victim need your car girl played by Carolyn Hennesy||This is the rich preppy woman that first sees the T-X walking nude throughout the city. She asks if she is ok and the T-X responds that she likes her car before killing her and taking her clothes and car the audience presumes.|
|Katherine's Boyfriend Scott
Mason played by Mark Famiglietti
Katherine boyfriend is a rather meek character that is rather quickly killed by the T-X. She assumes his identity and travels with two cops who take her right to the location of Katherine Brewster. She then kills the cops and proceeds on with her mission. When Scott is killed Katherine begins to realize her destiny can not be changed.
|TX Victims Others Two Cops
|Detective Martinez played by
Detective Edwards (bald) played by Kim Robillard
This two low level detectives come to the home of Scott Mason to inform him that Katherine Brewster his girlfriend has been kidnapped. The T-X has impersonated him though after killing him. The two cops lead the T-X to Katherine and then they are killed. One is killed via a machine hand through the heart which is then used to drive the car.
The Male Stripper "Talk to the Hand Guy" AKA Clothes Guy played by Jimmy Snyder - this is a stripper at a club during a ladies night. When Arnold tells him he needs the man's clothes this guy just keeps on dancing and tells Arnold to wait his turn. Finally the guy tells Arnold to talk to the hand. Arnold does this and instructs the hand that he needs the guys clothes now.
I need your Bike Guy - Much like the T-1000 took a bike in Terminator 2 Arnold takes one in similar fashion from a rider in Terminator 3. Arnold proclaims he needs the bike and that is that.
Convenience Store Clerk - this is the guy Arnold encounters while picking up food supplies for John and Katherine. He fills his basket with food and then tells the clerk to talk to the hand when he asks if Arnold is going to pay for anything.
Jose Barerrra - future lieutienent of John Connor played by Robert Alonzo who is killed when working at a fast food restaurant by the T-X because of his future importance as one of John Connor's lietenents.
John Connor's Car Accident Buddy - this is the guy who gets into a car accident with John Connor when he is driving a truck trying to excape the T-X. This guy is crazed, cursing and threatens John should he not have insurance. When T-X controlled cop cars arrive on the scene this guy exclaims that finally you have cops when you need them. T-X controlled cars further damage his truck though. Throughout the ordeal John tries to recrank his truck when it stalls and the crazy car guy approaches.
Katherine's Customer shot dead at the Veterinary Hospital - this is the character in the film that calls up Katherine Brewster late and wants emergency veterinary help for her pet. When the T-X arrives she is promptly killed as she is mistaken for Katherine Brewster at first until the T-X can verify via the dna in the blood.
*See Character Page One for pictures and information about the T-X and Arnold as the new T-850.
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